Hormones On Your Mind? The Link Between Hormones and National Mental Health Month

May is National Mental Health Month, an important time to gain deeper awareness of mental health issues in those around us as well as ourselves. Many of us understand the importance of keeping our mental health in check, but we may not know the crucial way in which hormones play a role.

Hormone Imbalance and Mental Health

When they’re balanced, your hormones play a starring role in an active and low-stress lifestyle, working with you to keep you feeling your best. When they’re imbalanced, they can really wreak havoc on your daily life, increasing feelings of anxiety, depression and more.

You may not consider a hormone imbalance when you first decide to get help for a mental health disorder. This can be a mistake, not only because you’re not treating the root cause of your symptoms, but also because bringing your hormones back to their balanced state can be done naturally and can get your whole body feeling its best.

Signs of a Hormone Imbalance

At MedStudio, we specialize in hormonal changes, so in honor of National Mental Health Month, here are some mental health symptoms that could mean you have a hormone imbalance:

  • Fatigue
  • Depressed mood
  • Anxiety
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Brain fog
  • Mood changes
  • Difficulty focusing

These symptoms could be caused by a variety of hormonal imbalances, and can arise when your body is going through changes like perimenopause and menopause.

MedStudio is Here for Mental Health Needs

MedStudio is a private medical clinic that brings extraordinary care to women and men in Minnesota. We offer a variety of different tests to find out if you have any hormonal imbalances, food sensitivities, vitamin deficiencies and more. Our compassionate and experienced team then consults with you about how to best go about treating these issues. From an IV Drip Lounge to a certified pharmacy, MedStudio has something for everyone—at every stage of life.

In honor of National Mental Health Month, let’s take a deeper look into why we feel the way we do. If you think you could have a hormone imbalance, are suffering from untreated mental health issues or you just want to learn more, reach out to us on Facebook or stop into our Oakdale or Minnetonka clinics.